American Society of Civil Engineers


The Bureau of Reclamation in Transition


by Joe D. Hall, (Bureau of Reclamation, United States) and Terry P. Lynott, (Bureau of Reclamation, United States)

pp. 110-114

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Document type: Conference Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering (1988)
Abstract: Recognizing and responding to the changing climate in water resources, the Bureau of Reclamation recently launched a massive effort to redirect the agency’s traditional mission. Reclamation will devote its expertise to conserving and managing water and power resources in advanced, innovative ways. As federal agencies such as Reclamation undertake change on national and regional levels, the priorities and programs of state and local groups may, in turn, be affected. Increased coordination and cooperation between all levels of government and concerned parties can ensure that wise management of valuable resources continues despite a variety of constraints.


ASCE Subject Headings:
Conservation
Bureau of Reclamation
Water resources
Innovation
Water management
Water policy

Author Keywords:
Water Resources
Civil Engineering - United States - Conservation
Federal-State Cooperation - Power Resources - U.S. Bureau of Reclamation